What is GENERAL OBLIGATION (GO) BOND?

In the United States, a MUNICIPAL BOND issued by a state or local authority that is typically used to finance nonrevenue producing projects, such as schools and transportation systems. Bonds are generally repaid through the issuance of new DEBT or via tax revenues. See also REVENUE BOND.

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